com)-- An evolution of computer-assisted design, BIM allows architects and engineers to virtually model projects in great detail, resulting in a true digital representation of a structure's physical and functional characteristics.
What does CAD stand for?
CAD stands for Computer-Assisted Design
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Information technology (IT) and computers
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We have 510 other meanings of CAD in our Acronym Attic
- Component Advanced Development
- Comportementalistes d'Aujourd'hui et de Demain (French: Behaviorists Today and Tomorrow; behavioral specialists association)
- Computer Aided Disaster
- Computer Assisted Dispatch
- Computer-Aided Design
- Computer-Aided Detection
- Computer-Aided Diagnosis (medical)
- Computer-Aided Dispatch
- Computer-Aided Drafting
- Computer-Aided Drawing
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The same is true for 3D computer-assisted design drawings.
The custom-made bones are created from the calcium phosphate powder and a solidifying liquid which is more than 80 percent distilled water, using computer-assisted design.
Then, its shapes and apertures were formed by multiplying the computer-assisted design drawings by 10 to make templates for cutting out layers of thick plywood that were imposed one above another.
Created and maintains a space administration database including computer-assisted design (CAD) drawings, head count and furniture, fixtures and equipment (FF&E) assets that is fully integrated with the lease administration database.
His professional specialty is the computer-assisted design of objects, such as complicated machine parts, and the production of plastic or ceramic prototypes using stereolithography (SN: 8/3/91, p.
Select computer software that is easy to use and update and can be linked to popular computer-assisted design (CAD) programs.
At the hub of each store is a professionally staffed design center, which offers consulting for many home improvement projects, ranging from lighting selection to computer-assisted design.